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 HOSANNA
Unknown to all, to all but Him
Evil pursued, passion within
The son of man who came to change
A world enslaved, by unseen chains

Jerusalem, the Holy City
Where Pharisees displayed no pity
Upon the blind, the sick and poor
The chosen people, high priests ignored

Yet still CHRIST came followed by demons
Haunting their taunts would try to reason
With will devine, ordained from Heaven
Parables yet birthed would total seven

Hosanna cried the crowd with glee
Joy brief in some, in others flee
The loneliness that brought them change
The anguish felt, innocence estranged

His works would heal the sick that came
The blind would see, walk would the lame
But still his own, they'd soon disown
JESUS who came, son of man and his throne

And so it began, as it had to end
The last days of JESUS, who man did condemn
The Lamb to the slaughter, the Lion to die
As darkness began dancing, with man CHRIST denied

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